[GUI]KSystemLog - comes with KDE, allows reading Apache access logs. I had only one problem with it on Kubuntu 12.04, it didn't load date from log but instead showed 1AM for all entries
I am interested what you are using for analysis of Apache access log or what you recommend. I am interested mostly in Linux programs but Windows suggestions are welcome too. Also it would be great to list both GUI (offline) and web (online) solutions. The idea is to be able to parse and read logs faster and get reports that you need like bots / crawlers / spiders visits etc (just example).
So here is what I found during research:
[GUI]GoAccess - it is more like htop version of access log. Comes in Debian 7+
[WEB]Visitors - nice web reports, loads data real time from access log
[GUI]Adscon Log Analyzer - looks like powerful search tool through various logs. Maybe an overkill for just going through access log and hunting bots
[GUI]Apache Log Viewer - this one is rather great tool. It has filters, reports... Is there something similar for Linux too?
[GUI]WebLog Expert - analyser, generating reports...
Anyone else have any other tool to add? I'd add it in the list since idea is to compile a list of useful programs for Apache log browsing.